Ursula is an art photographer based in the West Kootenays, in beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
Her style can loosely be classified as photo-impressionism. Photo-impressionism allows for the abstraction of subjects, providing much more character than with a representational photo. Photo-impressionism makes it possible to express feelings without having to say a word, and to put down thoughts, dreams, and fleeting moments in time, when a small change in light can make the difference between utterly glorious and plain drab. Perhaps more than anything, the concepts of photo-impressionism make Ursula pay attention to colour. She plays with colour and uses it almost as if it were the subject itself, which, in a way, it is, at least in photography. Light is colour.
For her work, she uses a Nikon digital SLR. She processes her work in Photoshop, and prints on fine art papers using a Hewlett Packard printer and Vivera inks.
More of Ursula's photos can be seen at:
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